Although he's had well-documented problems with Rick Ross in the past, 50 Cent says he "doesn't care" that his mentor Dr. Dre has been getting friendly with the Maybach Music Group leader.
The hip-hop world is all too aware of Fif's opinions on crew loyalty - let's not forget his beef with Game, now running into its seventh year, started over the Compton rapper's supposed lack of support in the N.Y.-based civil war between G-Unit, Fat Joe and Jadakiss.
However, Curtis says he's not about to let Dre's new friendship, which has seen The Doctor handing Rozay a $100,000 Hublot watch for his birthday and upcoming collaborations on Detox and God Forgives, I Don't, get in the way of his respect for his mentor.
"You know what I know about Dre? Creatively, he's saying, 'If there's a hit, wherever it is, I'm going to go get it," 50 told Shade 45.
"I don't care. These are people I have strong relationships with that have done things for me," he continued. "You don't bite the hand that feeds you. I've been raised that way.... What is 50 Cent's career minus 'In Da Club?'"
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